2022-2023 meeting schedule:
**All meetings are open to the public & greater school community.
Through the State of Utah, we receive additional funding through the TSSP rules that is also discretionary at the school level. The council and school staff can make suggestions for the spending of TSSP monies, but they are tied directly to the School-wide Improvement Plan that the principal makes each year.
This year, we received $102,419 in TSSA that we used for the following:
Chair: Shiloa Leavitt 435-669-8555
Co-Chair: Jenny Chamberlain 435-632-5072
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Elections for the Community Council take place each year in August. We are an organized group of parents and faculty who meet regularly to discuss the LAND Trust funding and plan, the School Improvement Plan, as well as the successes and needs of our school. Please consider attending meetings and/or becoming a member. This is one of the many ways that we encourage our school community to become involved in the education process.
|2016-17 2017-18||2018-19 2019-20||2020-21||2021-22||2022-23|
|$43,448 $58,963||$66,997 $73,510||$80,630||$77,980||$84,350.12|
Utah schools received $89 million dollars from the School LAND Trust Program in the 2020-2021 School Year. This year our school received $84,350.12
(We also have a carryover of $23,000 and so have amended last year’s plan.)
The current Trustlands Plan approved by last year’s School Community Council voted to spend our funds to pay for our reading intervention program. This program provides our school with WIN Time (What I Need) instruction, and our music teacher.
Our School Community Council is primarily responsible for the creation of our School LAND Trust Plan. This plan is created annually by analyzing our school testing data to determine the greatest academic need. The money our school receives from the School LAND Trust fund is allocated according to our plan. Over the years our school has purchased technology to support student learning, books for our leveled library, math manipulatives, science materials, and we’ve been able to hire additional personnel to support targeted learning in small groups. Our school is grateful for the School LAND Trust program and the opportunity we have as a school to allocate the funds to support our targeted and specific needs. The Council assists with school improvement, and make decisions on how to best spend the Trust LANDS funding. More information regarding the work of the Council and the current plan can be found by visiting the School LAND Trust Website: http://www.schoollandtrust.org/
948 W 325N
Hurricane, Utah 847
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